Calling ourselves the Embassy Protection Collective, we have been working in the embassy during the day, holding educational events every evening, making banners and signs, and sleeping on couches at night
Internationalism can take the right-wing path of empty or formal defense, in which the content of the Bolivarian process is ignored, or it can take the left-wing path, in which sovereignty is defended along with the social project
What does it all mean?
Creating the space for and allowing the Bolivarian Revolution to flourish is perhaps the most important achievement of Venezuela’s Chavista government — but can it survive the current crisis?
Demonised by the international media and targeted by the opposition, the colectivos have become a symbol of scorn for President Nicolas Maduro’s opponents
The United States is taking illegal and dangerous actions to execute regime change in Venezuela. In January, Juan Guaidó declared himself “interim president,” in a strategy orchestrated by the United States to seize power from President Nicolás Maduro. In March, Guaidó announced that “Operation Freedom,” an organization established to overthrow the Maduro government, would take Read more…
The roots of the crisis can be found in massive capital flight and the related effort to maintain a fixed but overvalued exchange rate
Venezuela has become a popular argument against socialism amongst conservatives because of the deep economic crisis it is currently traversing
A war has been declared on Venezuela, of which the truth is “too difficult” to report
For many, it is impossible to understand how, despite presiding over the country’s worst economic crisis and facing such intense international and domestic opposition, Maduro remains in the presidential palace. The answer lies in the enduring strength of Chavismo, a political movement of the working classes that, despite predating former president Hugo Chávez, continues to Read more…